This new discovery appears to suggest our galaxy Milky Way, has a pulse, or perhaps a "heart beat." What you will see from the video below, is a pulse of gaseous clouds of charged particles. What effect this may have on our solar system is unknown. It is also unknown if this pulsating dispensing of charged particles from the Milky Way's black hole (or galactic center) will be directed at our solar system. If it is, then when? Moreover, could this be the funnel of charged particles which have been prophesized by most all religions?
As mentioned, all large religions of the world have been put on notice in reference to the discovery of what is being called the "God Particle." The Higgs boson particle is the element which gives all matter its mass. It is the space-between-space. It is the substance which connects all things (including us). Our ancient ancestors knew of this sub-atomic essence. They had many different names for it, but no matter how you say it i.e. chi, prana, ki, gaia, ether, its definition is the same.
As you view the video below, contemplate the message of our elders. As the Mayans message passed down to us over thousands of years saying: "it will come from the sky." They describe the galactic center (or alignment) as the source of the changes to come. I have stated since 2007 that it will come in the form of "charged particles."
Galaxy Center Black Hole Video
Named IGR J17091-3624 after the astronomical coordinates of its sky position, the binary system pairs a normal star with a black hole that may weigh less than three times the Sun's mass, near the theoretical boundary where black-hole status first becomes possible. Flare-ups occur when gas from the normal star streams toward the black hole and forms a disk around it. Friction within the disk heats the gas to millions of degrees, which is hot enough to radiate X-rays.
It's thought that strong magnetic fields near the black hole's event horizon eject some of the gas into dual, oppositely directed jets that blast outward at nearly the speed of light. The peak of its heartbeat emission corresponds to the emergence of the jet. Changes in the X-ray spectrum observed by RXTE during each beat in GRS 1915 reveal that the innermost region of the disk emits enough radiation to push back the gas, creating a strong outward wind that staunches the inward flow, briefly starving the black hole and shutting down the jet. This corresponds to the faintest emission. Eventually the inner disk gets so bright and so hot that it essentially disintegrates and plunges toward the black hole, re-establishing the jet and beginning the cycle anew.
This system is unique in displaying more than a dozen highly structured patterns -- typically lasting between seconds and hours -- that scientists distinguish by Greek-letter names. Seven of these patterns are now seen in IGR J17091, including the so-called rho-class oscillations that astronomers describe them as the "heartbeat" of black hole systems.